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Rough cost of a good gardener

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Gonzo33 Thu 01-Sep-11 10:48:20

I am looking at buying a house in Norfolk that has Llalandi (sp?) in the garden. I understand it grows quickly and will need chopping back once a qtr at least. These tree's are 3/4 of the length of the garden and I was wondering if someone could tell me roughly the costs of getting these cut back. Also whether it would need to be done more than qtrly.


mistressploppy Thu 01-Sep-11 14:24:07

Not sure about the specifics of tree-choppy people but I'd expect to pay an experienced and qualified gardener about £15 an hour. I think they need to have a qualification to use a chainsaw and you'd want someone who knows what they're doing!

peacemoon Thu 01-Sep-11 14:27:16

My DH is a gardener and would normally charge around £20 an hour for this type of work.It would be more likely that a hedgecutter would be used than a chainsaw especially if it has been kept in check.

peacemoon Thu 01-Sep-11 14:28:42

Also 1 good cut a year would probably do and certainly no more than twice.

mistressploppy Thu 01-Sep-11 14:28:47

I bow to Peace's superior knowledge smile

peacemoon Thu 01-Sep-11 14:30:50

No need to bow mistress,I am sure you have expertise in other areas!

mistressploppy Thu 01-Sep-11 14:33:07


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